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    Deep Hail in New Jersey Monday Afternoon!

    By Jesse Ferrell, Meteorologist/Community Director
    6/16/2009, 11:14:16 AM

    The web is abuzz this morning with a report of marble-sized hail 3 to 12 inches deep in Washington Township, NJ yesterday. Below I present a video from the event as well as a radar image. More video, photos and reports can be obtained from MyFoxNY and NECN and NorthJersey.com. I have only seen hail this deep once.


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    The storm formed to the northwest of the Township, intensified, then moved southeast, clipping the southern edge. Hail accumulated "up to one foot in front of a garage on 601 van emburgh avenue" according to a NWS storm spotter report. Local roads were also flooded by heavy rains (and storm drains clogged by hail!)


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